MutualFundWire.com: After Eight Years, a Carillon Tower Boutique's Chief Exits
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After Eight Years, a Carillon Tower Boutique's Chief Exits


The chief of one of Carillon Tower Advisers' [profile] boutique asset managers is moving on after eight years.

Andrew J. Iseman
Andy Iseman, CEO of Scout Investments, is leaving the Kansas City, Missouri-based shop, MFWire has learned. Carillon Tower (Raymond James' multi-boutique asset management arm) bought Scout in November 2017.

Iseman did not immediately return a call for comment. Mike Edwards, Carillon Tower's former head of affiliate development who joined Scout last fall as president, did not immediately return a call for comment. Renee Baker, chief marketing officer at Carillon Tower, did not immediately return a call for comment.

Iseman, an alumnus twice over of Rockhurst University, took over as Scout's CEO back in 2010, when it was a UMB subsidiary. Before that he held COO posts at RK Capital Management, Janus, and Berger (now part of Janus).

Scout had $25.4 billion in AUM, as of December 31, 2018. That includes $4.7 billion in its equity division and $20.7 billion in Reams Asset Management, its fixed income division.


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